LBSU was noticeably quieter as students and faculty opted to stay away.
News outlets receive unnecessary hate for following industry standards from people who don’t understand.
The internet we have all grown up with is now in danger by the people we elected to watch over it. And our generation — the millennial generation — needs to make its voice heard. We have known the internet our whole lives, and this vote to remove net neutrality[Read More…]
The past couple of days have brought the #MeToo campaign to the front of my social media platforms. Friends, coworkers and favorite artists have shared the hashtag, painting my screen with heartbreaking tales of sexual harassment and assault, tales that I would’ve never discovered were it not for actress Alyssa[Read More…]
Hair may be just fashion to some, but to others, it is a way to represent culture and history. Last week, after the Oscars, E! News anchor Giuliana Rancic sparked controversy when she said that Zendaya Coleman’s dreadlocks looked like they smelled of “patchouli oil” and “weed” on the program[Read More…]
Super Bowl Sunday is notorious for airing the most comical and sometimes controversial commercials to grab the audience’s attention. But where is the limit? Last Sunday’s highly anticipated line-up of commercials during the Super Bowl certainly disappointed some Americans this year. Jeep’s “Beautiful Lands” commercial featuring one of the United[Read More…]